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Behavior-Based Safety: Strategies for Addressing High-Risk Employees to Reduce Accidents - On-Demand

Behavior-Based Safety: Strategies for Addressing High-Risk Employees to Reduce Accidents - On-Demand

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Behavior-Based Safety: Strategies for Addressing High-Risk Employees to Reduce Accidents - On-Demand

Webinar now available On-Demand.

Behavior-based safety (BBS) has been an important approach to managing workplace safety for several decades.

BBS is appealing to a broad range of companies across many industries, but packaging the approach so it can be implemented quickly and inexpensively is very difficult.

To succeed at implementing a sound BBS process, you must examine the challenges that may arise from a lack of adaptation of solid behavioral principles and consider a smaller-scale, simpler implementation.

Use this on-demand webinar, when David Natalizia , founder and principal of Nuent Consulting, reveals best practices for implementing your existing or new BBS process. You’ll learn how to overcome common problems so that your BBS program is positioned to achieve long-term success.

Plus, you’ll learn how to:

  • Interpret the history of BBS in a way that will be of value to your organization
  • Assess 9 common BBS pitfalls
  • Develop an action plan to address BBS pitfalls
  • Consider the information and data that should be part of your BBS process
  • Prepare full management, supervisory, and employee support for implantation of your BBS program
  • Assess proven strategies for your BBS rollout
  • Ensure that your BBS process is viable and successful for the long term

About Your Presenter:

David Natalizia
Founder and Principal
Nuent Consulting

David Natalizia has 25 years of industry experience that has given him a background in operations, support, human resources, and safety roles. He has developed and implemented safety programs for theme parks, hotels, restaurants, manufacturing, transportation and retail operations.

Mr. Natalizia’s articles have been published in the American Society of Safety Engineers “Compass” publication, as well as in the “Proceedings” of the American Society of Safety Engineers Annual Conference and Exposition. He has presented sessions at the American Society of Safety Engineers Annual Professional Development Conference and Exposition, the premier national gathering of safety professionals in the United States.

Mr. Natalizia is an active member of the American Society of Safety Engineers, Serving as an Administrator of the Management Practice Specialty and former Chair of the Hospitality Branch of the Management Practice Specialty and as a member of the Consultants’ practice specialty. He has served as secretary of committee F13.10 on traction in the American Society of Testing and Materials committee F13, Pedestrian/Walkway safety and footwear. He is also a member of the International Association of Food Protection and Southern California Association of Food Protection. 

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